This is a reply to:
"Vegan diets are unnatural because not all vegetables vegans need are not all naturally occuring in the area"
This “But” is like saying that God wants us to eat animals but we don’t
need to bother with God. Something else that is big and
important—nature— wants us to eat animals. If we don’t eat animals,we
are acting against nature. We are behaving in
unnatural way. That’s powerful stuff—even if you’re an atheist. In
fact, “But Natural” is like “But God” without God. It seeks to establish
necessity, but without God."
can get all the plants you need to live and thrive on a vegan diet in
mosts part of the world (not in the very cold areas). But even if you
couldn't, so what???
It doesn't address the ethical argument.
Eating meat is not ethical, because that you can live and thrive and get all nutrition on a vegan diet.
the only justification for consuming meat, instead of a vegan diet, is
pleasure/convenience, and this is not a legitimate reason for hurting
and killing an animal.